accusing

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adjective ac·cus·ing \ə-ˈkyü-ziŋ\

Definition of accusing

  1. :  directing blame or responsibility toward someone or something an accusing look/glare Many were quick to point accusing fingers at Hughes. — Robert F. Howe

accusingly

adverb The guests stared accusingly at Rubin. — Mordecai Richler … each one felt himself the centre of accusing eyes, and looked accusingly upon his fellows. — Jack London

1548

First Known Use of accusing

1548





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